It's wonderful to hear something that finally makes me proud to be an American. Both her bravery and the bravery of her rescuers are truly inspiring. One thing that's stuck in my head since the first injured soldiers spoke to the press was one American marine who said he was out there fighting to keep his friends alive, and there is nothing more noble than that, IMO. I hope she recovers quickly and gets the recognition she deserves for serving her country. And right now I'm going to launch a pre-emtptive "fuck you" at Mondo and his many aliases, even though I've got him on Ignore and don't care to read his tripe.